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Injuries to the lower front limbs of small animals can often be benefited by splints and braces. The Walkin' Front Splints, modeled after human splints, help provide stability and support for the lower part of the front limbs in the carpal and front paw area. The splints for dogs are positioned on the back of your dog's front leg and can be adjusted by padded Velcro straps secured over the front of the leg. Interior padding in the splint ensures the leg is secure and comfortable, while non-slip pads on the bottom add increased stability. The front leg splints extend from above the carpal to completely under your dog's paw, giving full support to the bottom of your dog's leg.
For information about how to put the splint on, see the attached video.
Sizing Guide: the XX-Small measures 5.75" from the end of the longest toenail to the midpoint between the carpal pad and elbow (the red line in the second image in the image gallery), and 3" from the end of the longest toenail to the carpal pad, the X-Small measures 7.75" to the midpoint and 4.25" to the carpal pad, the Small measures 9" to the midpoint and 5" to the carpal pad, the Medium measures 10.25" to the midpoint and 5.5" to the carpal pad, the Large measures 11" to the midpoint and 6" to the carpal pad, and the X-Large measures 11.5" to the midpoint and 6.5" to the carpal pad.